allnurses.com, the largest online community and peer-to peer networking site for nurses and nursing students, is helping to connect experienced nurses with nursing students by launching our second annual Nursing Student Study Tips Contest. With $500 in prizes at stake, nurses any stage of their career – students includes – can submit their study tip or tips to be entered into this year’s contest. With hundreds of entries during last year’s contest, this simple and fun contest.
“After seeing how successful the Study Tips Contest was in its first year, we knew we wanted to make it bigger and more exciting” stated Digital Media Director Gregg Knorn. “We pulled together resources from all departments to make this happen and partnered with Rasmussen College for some really cool swag – including the prize money – which will be split among two winners.”
“Student are a vital part of the nursing community,” affirmed Mary Watts, Community Manager of allnurses.com, “We are always excited to see our experienced nursing professionals share their knowledge with nursing students – it makes our community that much more of a valuable resource for members and non-members alike.”
Members of allnurses.com can submit as many study tips as they like. Entries can be found and submitted at http://allnurses.com/nursing-study-tips/
Founded in 1996, allnurses.com is the leading networking site for nurses and nursing students. With an ever-growing community of more than 980,000 registered members, allnurses is the go-to place to communicate and discuss nursing, jobs, schools, NCLEX, careers, and so much more.
The allnurses.com network includes additional resources such as the Nursing Insights e-newsletter, Facebook pages for allnurses.com and Nurses Rock, and a robust Jobs website where users can create job alerts and upload their resume to speed their job search. These allow followers to engage in conversation about serious nursing topics as well as more fun, lighthearted subjects. allnurses in continually enhancing the site for an improved mobile experience for its users which allows nurses to stay connected and find immediate answers and information they need while on-the-go.